Colorado Most Viewed Profiles of 2017: No. 21 Grant Magill


John Cackowski
Director of Scouting

 

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Today continue our season countdown of Top 25 most viewed profiles and stories of 2017. Coming in at the No. 21 most viewed profile in 2017 is No. 11 2019 C Grant Magill of Mountain Vista HS and Indiana State commit with 613 views. Here is a look at his current profile.



Grant Magill

Class of 2019 / C

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: C
  • High School: Mountain Vista
    State: CO
  • Summer Team: Slammers Cronican
  • Height: 6-0
    Weight: 185lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R

Statistics

Position
1.80 - 1.85
Pop Time
78
C Velo
91
Exit Velo
4.84
H-1st

Scouting Report

1-29-17
6-foot, 175 pounds. Bats and throws right. Quick transfer and footwork combined with a strong throwing arm allowed him to produce 1.85-1.95 pop times. Arm velo was 76 mph. Was consistently on the bag, and looked the part behind the plate. Wide frame, and looks bigger than he measures. At the plate, got around balls but had bat speed. Short, compact swing with line drive power. Another player to watch progress. 91 mph exit velocity. Ran a 4.84 home to first.  


Videos

(1/29/17)

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